RAVE: Randomized Noise Shuffling for Fast and Consistent Video Editing with Diffusion Models

1Georgia Institute of Technology 2KUIS AI Center 3University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 4Virginia Tech
CVPR 2024
*Joint co-author

Abstract

Recent advancements in diffusion-based models have demonstrated significant success in generating images from text. However, video editing models have not yet reached the same level of visual quality and user control. To address this, we introduce RAVE, a zero-shot video editing method that leverages pre-trained text-to-image diffusion models without additional training. RAVE takes an input video and a text prompt to produce high-quality videos while preserving the original motion and semantic structure. It employs a novel noise shuffling strategy, leveraging spatio-temporal interactions between frames, to produce temporally consistent videos faster than existing methods. It is also efficient in terms of memory requirements, allowing it to handle longer videos. RAVE is capable of a wide range of edits, from local attribute modifications to shape transformations. In order to demonstrate the versatility of RAVE, we create a comprehensive video evaluation dataset ranging from object-focused scenes to complex human activities like dancing and typing, and dynamic scenes featuring swimming fish and boats. Our qualitative and quantitative experiments highlight the effectiveness of RAVE in diverse video editing scenarios compared to existing methods.

Method

model_overview

Our process begins by performing a DDIM inversion with the pre-trained T2I model and condition extraction with an off-the-shelf condition preprocessor applied to the input video ($V_K$). These conditions are subsequently input into ControlNet. In the RAVE video editing process, diffusion denoising is performed for T timesteps using condition grids ($C_L$), latent grids ($G_L^t$), and the target text prompt as input for ControlNet. Random shuffling is applied to the latent grids ($G_L^t$) and condition grids ($C_L$) at each denoising step. After T timesteps, the latent grids are rearranged, and the final output video ($V_K^*$) is obtained.

RAVE Editing Results

For more results please see the supplementary material: Supplementary

Input Video

"An ancient Egyptian pharaoh is typing"

"A medieval knight"

"A zombie is typing"

Input Video

"A dinosaur"

"A black panther"

"A shiny silver robotic wolf, futuristic"

Input Video

"White cupcakes, moving on the table"

"Swarovski blue crystal train on the railway track"

"A train moving on the railway track in autumn, maple leaves"

Input Video

"Swarovski blue crystal stones falling down sequentially"

"Crochet boxes, falling down sequentially"

Input Video

"Swarovski blue crystal swan"

"Crochet swan"

Input Video

"A firefighter is stretching"

"Watercolor style"

"A zombie is stretching"

Input Video

"A jeep moving in the grassy field"

"A spaceship is moving throught the milky way"

"Van gogh style"

Input Video

"A tractor"

"Switzerland SBB CFF FFS train"

"A firetruck"

Comparisons

Input video

RAVE (Ours)

RAVE w/o Shuffle

Tokenflow ([1])

Fatezero ([2])

Rerender ([3])

Text2Video-Zero ([4])

Pix2Video ([5])

Input video

RAVE (Ours)

Flatten ([6])

Tokenflow ([1])

Fatezero ([2])

Tune-A-Video ([7])

Text2Video-Zero ([4])

ControlVideo ([8])

Examples From Dataset

To view the original video, hover your mouse over the video.

Type of Edits


Local Editing

Visual Style Editing

Background Editing

Shape/Attribute Editing

Extreme Shape Editing

"A man wearing a glitter jacket is typing"

"Watercolor style"

"A monkey is playing on the coast"

"A dinosaur"

"A tractor"

Editing on Various Types of Motions


Exo-Motion

Ego-Motion

Ego-Exo Motion

Occlusions

Multiple Objects with Appearance/Disappearance

"Crochet swan"

"Anime style"

"Wooden trucks drive on a racetrack"

"A cheetah is moving"

"whales are swimming"

BibTeX

@article{2312.04524,
        Author = {Ozgur Kara and Bariscan Kurtkaya and Hidir Yesiltepe and James M. Rehg and Pinar Yanardag},
        Title = {RAVE: Randomized Noise Shuffling for Fast and Consistent Video Editing with Diffusion Models},
        Year = {2023},
        Eprint = {arXiv:2312.04524},
        }

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